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in. in 2008, the supreme court ratified, okayed in indiana voter i.d. law and a whole bunch of states have these things to prevent fraud, which is part of good citizenship. i don't understand why you believe in the state of texas, we don't want illegals voting, do we? we want legals to vote. and legals have nothing to hide, nothing to fear as long as they have an i.d. card with a picture or something else that will pass for it. i don't understand what's wrong with that. >> this law goes much further than indiana does. indiana's not a covered jurisdiction under the voting rights act. and they don't have the history we do. we still have many, many problems with election officials denying african-americans and latinos the right to vote. we have examples of intimidation at the polling sites when officials don't get involved and allow people to exercise their franchise who permit people to intimidate them. we have other circumstances where individuals have been denied the right to cast provisional ballots. >> that's against the law. but the point i'm making is, i understand, sir. look, i w
in indiana. scott. >> caller: jim, hey, boo-yah from south bend, indiana, notre dame fighting irish country. >> man, i wish kyle were here. we have a stage director who really loves notre dame. me, i can take it or leave it. no, i actually like notre dame. what's going on? >> caller: i'm interested in what you think about psmt price mart. they've had pretty strong revenue growth, but it scares me a little bit at double the industry average and they've missed earnings estimates the last two quarters. i'm wondering if you would buy it. >> no, scott, i think you correctly summed up the situation. i'm going to send you to costco both in stock and in store. that's a better situation. and by the way, costco had an unbelievable quarter. and it's still -- i can't believe to buy for my charitable trust, it just hasn't. >>> unlike me, i want you not to commit a fashion faux pas by picking up some urban outfitters. i'm siding with the bears in this one. and not just because this is the ugliest outfit i've ever worn on "mad money." stay with cramer. >>> coming up -- the clock is ticking. call cramer at
, ohio, pennsylvania and you may lose indiana if you make that argument. and i hope you do. i hope republicans make that argument because that is an argument for failure. there's no way you're going to win on that. there's no way. >> we will see. i think bailouts are very unpopular. jennifer ruben, keith boykin, mark simone, thank you very much. >>> now, folks, volume low. the vix volatility index lower. but if you're in the stock market, your portfolio is a whole lot higher again this week. we are in a pretty darn good bull market. we're going to talk about how long the rally can run. and then jimmy cramer pays us a quick visit for a bonus pick of what he's looking for next week. >>> and regarding bailouts and everything else, folks. please don't forget, free market capitalism still the best path to prosperity. keith boykin, "the kudlow report" is coming right back. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 let's talk about fees. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 there are atm fees. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 account service fees. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 and the most dreaded fees of all, hidden fees. tdd# 1-800-345-2550 at cha
broke that story. robert in indiana. >> caller: boo-yah, jim, how you doing? >> not bad. how are you, hoosier? >> caller: good. csx railroad beefing up intermodal service? >> i think is a slow road. i don't like the coal stocks and they ship a lot of coal. ladies and gentlemen, that's the conclusion of the lightning round. >>> you want to get a good read on the employment situation? forget about the jobs numbers this morning. we have another data point that sometimes i think is more important. paychex. second largest payroll company in america. it reported this morning, and you can take your cue from these guys, especially from small business, which is their bread and butter. it has a bountiful 4% yield. prefer to pick up in hiring and small business formation or rate hike from feds sometimes down the road. any of these things can be fantastic for paychex. plus, while i think it is foolish to bet on the outcome of a supreme court decision, paychex will be a definite winner if they end up overturning obamacare. it would spur higher rates in small businesses. inline quarter this morni
work. sigh how the journal picked it up today? herb broke that story. to robert in indiana. >> caller: boo-yah, jim, how you doing? >> not bad. how are you, hoosher? >> caller: good. csx? >> i think is a slow road. i don't like the tocoal stocks d they ship a lot of coal. ladies and gentlemen, that's the conclusion of the lightning round. like in a special ops mission? you'd spot movement, gather intelligence with minimal collateral damage. but rather than neutralizing enemies in their sleep, you'd be targeting stocks to trade. well, that's what trade architect's heat maps do. they make you a trading assassin. trade architect. td ameritrade's empowering web-based trading platform. trade commission-free for 60 days, and we'll throw in up to $600 when you open an account. only hertz gives you a carfirmation. hey, this is challenger. i'll be waiting for you in stall 5. it confirms your reservation and the location your car is in, the moment you land. it's just another way you'll be traveling at the spef hertz. is moving backward. [ engine turns over, tires squeal ] introducing the lexus
's talking kentucky and they should. everybody's talking indiana/kentucky matchup. oh really? well the reason why kentucky lost that game at indiana, went 10 for 17 at the free-throw line and missed a lot of free-throws at the end of the game. indiana hits the three to beat them. they're looking at christian laettnor history matchup, it's not going to happen. baylor is playing very well with perry jones iii and kentucky still, even though here's the side bar, kentucky and the sec conference tournament, 12 for 53 shooting threes, i would play them like playing joe kernen, play six feet you'd be lucky to shoot an air ball but kentucky gets in new orleans. >> i'm more identifying with and i played with you and my six foot putt is usually an air ball. not my shot. all right, good. >> i got to go to the west. >> finally, finish that. >> michigan state, they got the easiest seeds out there. why? michigan state is strong, physical, blue collar team, dramn brown is the coach on the floor, tom izzo the picasso of basketball. marquette and louisville there's no beast in the big east this year but misso
. >> caller: professor cramer, big indiana hoosiers ba-ba-boo-yah to you. >> it could be your year boo-yah. what's going on? >> caller: saw unemployment numbers unchanged today at 8.3%. i'm wondering how you think that would play into monster.com's symbol mww. >> okay, remember, mww apparently has hired a banker to put itself up for sale. i think that what will matter is the valuation of the franchise, not necessarily whether more jobs are created. i want you to look to paychecks. i want you to look to automatic data. and then unbelievably, can you believe this, cintas, how great that worked, 52-week high. that was my play for labor. if that pulls back, that will be a better move. how about rex in new york? rex. >> caller: hey, jim, how are you? >> not bad, thank you for asking. how about you, rex? >> caller: good. i'm just going to ask you about a stock everyone loves to hate. i'm asking about gmcr, green mountain coffee roasters. the introduction of starbucks k cup. we know starbucks is going to take a market cap out of gmcr. how much will starbucks take out of it -- >> one of the th
they like, i like the way you say man bags what do they say in "the hangover." >> a satchel. indiana jones carries one. >> eric beater is from green murray carpet and stacy which had let with us from sw adviser. thanks for joining the conversation. where are the big spenders right now, eric? >> the big vendors were still in asia. i think you look at where the growth has been, some growth in europe, but asia driving the tune. >> courtney just reported, you said that coach is really cashing in on the guys who like to shop. how big a market can this become? >> almost the sky's the limit. we are actually seeing a lot of analysts taking positions on some of these luxury retailers because of the growth they see in the men's division. the citi a list that covers the european market put a buy on coach shares because of the growth he sees in the men's division. ibm puts to you the a report tracking potential growth. they think men's aparticle, strongest growth of the category, that they track for the quarter, projecting 8% growth. lube bitten, jimmy choo, men's line and they are selling. >> shop he
this weekend's violent storms in the midwest and south is now 39 with the major in kentucky and indiana. one tornado that struck the town of henriville packed winds of 175 miles an hour. the insurance industry is facing significant costses less than a year after a string of tornadoes caused some of the worst losses. they say this year's storm season is already running 30% higher than the average typical year. >>> still to come on the program, we'll look at the trading day ahead on wall street as investors await february serviceses and january factory orders. carfirmation. only hertz gives you a carfirmation. hey. this is challenger. i'll be waiting for you in stall 5. it confirms your reservation and the location your car is in, the moment you land. it's just another way you'll be traveling at the speed of hertz. >>> good morning and welcome back. you are watching "worldwide exchange." it's 5:52 on the u.s. east coast. take a look at the u.s. futures and see how we're poised for trade on wall street a. lower open if the markets open now, the dow would be open by 40 1/2 points. the nasdaq low
culture and team is a key to our success. >> the governor of indiana will love you all of the employees win and if you sell or not you provide a chunk of tax revenue to the state of indiana. competitive threats i apologize i did not read the s1, i'm not like him, i sleep occasionally. what are the competitive threats for exact target? >> this is a big market growing quickly and for us it's really more about execution than it is competitive risk and our big vision is about how to help organizations tie all interactive and digital channels together and we are well positioned to capture the market opportunity. >> it will be exact target field or lucas still? >> stay tuned. >> scott dorsey, thank you and all of the employees that came in from indianapolis, thank you. >> good job. [ applause ] >> come up -- >> midwest nice. >>> the ceo of vantiv and what it holds for debit card purchases. much more "squawk on the street" straight ahead. the freedom you can only get from hertz to keep the car you reserved or simply choose another. and it's free. ya know, for whoever you are that day. it's jus
at least. >> you've got them against syracuse, you definitely have it. i'm from bloomington, indiana, so i'm from around there. i'll root for them. >> it's hoosier country for sure. >> oh, yeah, we'll be back in the tournament this year, we're excited. >> i know it. i know it. good team. indiana beat someone, it was unbelievable. i can't believe it. they beat someone earlier this year. >> kentucky. >> yeah, they knocked off kentucky. >> it was a great game. last-second shot. >> awesome. all right. >> i just don't have a dog in this fight. i mean, division iii state school and they didn't have any professional -- i was going to say professional, high-level college sports. thanks very much, matt, we always appreciate you coming by and the numbers you provide. >> thanks for having me. great weekend, everyone. >> you see he's going public. >> who? >> you didn't see it? >> no! below that. >> offshore -- fender, fender! >> fender is going public. >> that's awesome. >> $200 million, stratocastor. >> i have a great stratocastor that i bought in 1979. >> it was owned by cbs. >> i think mine might b
in 2008 for indiana that voter i.d., which is the most logical thing, have a picture to get on a plane, get in a building and a poll comes out south carolina and texas i don't like your law. the rule of law they toss out the window. the auto bailout everybody forgets what they did to the rule of law on the auto bailout. >> would you argue that the auto bailout even if it wasn't executed properly was it necessary for the recovery we have today? >> no, you could have gone through a thing where government gave guarantees. i wrote a column on this. where government gave guarantees on warranties. if they give guarantee on financing, you get all the auto financing. the government could have done that without putting money in. and they didn't have to crash the creditors on their deal. they could have merged the two of them. they had a number of options, they didn't have to throw out the rule of law. >> jack you and suzy have a column where you lay out some of the issues you find that mitt romney has. how does he get to a one issue that romney in my opinion has to face into, it's the mormon is
. most in kentucky but 12 here in indiana, including a little girl who captured little girl she was 15 months old and thrown into a field and found over the weekend clinging to life. she lost her battle for survival. she was taken off life support yesterday. people of this town and communities across the hard hit areas have been trying to pick up what they can. you can see a layer of snow now covers the scene of devastation. it fell overnight. that will make things even more difficult for people here. here in henriville, the school took a direct hit. a school of about 1200 students and that's a big problem. they really don't have an alternate. town officials have been meeting this morning at a community meeting to figure the path forward. the number of tornadoes that we saw on friday into thursday, perhaps that sets a record for the most number of tornadoes on record for the month of march. an early start to this tornado season and that, of course, is reinforced by the scene around me. the snow is blanketing the scene here. becky? >> lester, thank you very much. lester holt of nbc news
for tornadoes and a 50% chance for southern indiana and also western kentucky so a dangerous situation a little later on today in parts of the ohio river valley. guys, have a great weekend. back to you. >> scott, you have a great weekend, too. we'll see you next week. meantime a check on the u.s. markets and on the economy. joining us this morning president and ceo at sentinel investments. chr christian, thanks for coming in today. we are look iing at dow 13,000 again, nasdaq 3,000, and it's starting to sound like a broken record. we keep making these runs and then giving up. >> we've come a long way. we're well over 20% since then. it's beginning to feel like it's rolling a little bit out of steam and volumes have been high and low again but generally have not been as high as i would like them to be. i think what we've seen is crawling up to these levels about 1370 on the s&p. the dow jones always gets skewed a little bit by the high-priced stocks. it feels like there's not quite as much momentum or willingness to take it to the next level at this point. >> i read something yesterday, maybe a
for 2012. >>> tweet time on this monday. "john carter" was billed by disney executives as indiana joans meets mars. it's more like "ishtar" meets kazakhstan. >> we're hopeful for that movie. we have a lot invested in it. and we've got to understand the great creator, great director who has done some great work for us at pixar. we believe in him and we believe in the movie he's made. >> captain john carter, virginia. >> virginia. virginia. >> okay. brings us to our twitter question for the morning. we want to know how disney would have been better off spending that $250 million. you can tweet us. our twitter handle is@cnbc. >>> it's a lot of money. to be fair, they did make, i think, 70 overseas so the at trabtive to get our money back. >> a lot of movies are now made for the overseas market as much as domestically. if you watched the clip from "star wars," by the way, it would have looked just as silly. you can't judge based on 20 seconds. >> right. >> long but don't prosper. look. we're giving iger a hard time. disney is a stock i have liked on "mad money" for the duration because thes
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did not pick gonzaga, west virginia and indiana -- >> the psychology is gonzaga, wow -- >> let me tell you what i've learned, if you can run down and shoot and it goes through the basket, do you watch that? >> yeah, i watched it. >> did you watch how much better? i watched a lot of other games and i'm dying with the bearcats, a lot of people miss. but if you can just put it in -- >> here's the one thing you have to know about gonzaga, 14 straight tournaments, okay, they've made. kansas, michigan state, there's one other team there. gonzaga is not -- look how long they've been doing this for. >> but west virginia never looked like they had a chance. >> they're horrible. i like seeing john stockton's son. only air balled the free throw and stockton is the best free-throw shooter of all-time. i got to get to something. >> but the three pointers at the beginning of the game it was over. >> only two upsets in the first half of the first-round bracket, the record is actually three for the lowest. >> wow. >> that was in 2001. in 2000 -- oh, so 2000. in 2001 there were the most upsets, 13. >>
's kumbaya, baby. i remember when woodson was the star of indiana. remember that? >> yes. i look at the cacophony. it makes it more difficult i think. i don't really want to know there's discordant voices. i want to know we've got a fed chief. while everybody has a right to argue in the room -- >> you have to hand it to ben bernanke. regardless of what the more hawkish members of the fed come out and say, he's the one making the call. >> he's from princeton. they had those debating clubs -- the dinner clubs we weren't allowed to join. what i find is, is that he does have a debating style. but in the end there is a conclusion. >> we're going to head down to rick santelli momentarily. about 30 seconds or so. real quickly on b of a -- >> about to get the industrial production figures. >> that stock up sharply. 66%. do you think it has more to run? we're going to get to rick santelli. >> i thought they would fail. i thought they would fail the stress test and city would pay us the stress test. completely wrong in that we're still living with the shock that bank of america passed whic
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